This is a discussion on PRINTING - Any Horror Stories? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Qtip "Cool! Can I see it?" Good girl!...
...not from Texas there's not...'cause it's not illegal here...
"PC §46.035. UNLAWFUL CARRYING OF HANDGUN BY LICENSE HOLDER. (a) A license holder commits an offense if the license holder carries a handgun on or about the license holder's person under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, and intentionally fails to conceal the handgun."
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There is soooooo much talk about "printing".
Oh wait.... never mind...
Was in a Fast food restaurant the other day and happened to notice the person in the next table stand up. The body motion immediately said "Don't want to print." It was strange, but I could tell. Then, he leaned over to tell his daughter something and the entire handle and top of the barrel printed.
Usually I'd just leave it alone, but throughout the meal he was constantly tugging on his shirt so I could tell he was worried about it. When I got up to wash my hands (just coming back from the range), I excused myself, leaned in just enough to not be heard by anyone else but still no in his personal space, and let him know he was printing.
He seemed to take it pretty well.
...one cold December day, I was at WH huggin' a coffee cup and two "mature" bikers came in...geared out to the max...and sat at the bar...took of their colors and hung 'em behind them...I said howdy and they did...I said "Hey, Bud, it's cold in here...you need to put your jacket back on..." he smiled and said he was fine...I said it again and touched my beltline...he turned red and white like a candy cane and yanked his jacket back on fast as he could...to cover the belt holster and 9mm he was carrying...we both had a good laugh over his "senior moment"...that's Texas....where we're still workin' on gettin' open carry...
Not a real printing story, but I was at the grocery store the other day with my 3 yr old, bent over to get something off a low shelf and heard the dreaded words...."Oh my god, he's got a gun"....I instantly realized that my shirt had ridden up, uncovering my weapon. In my state, we don't worry about printing, as we have open carry, but I didn't want to incite a riot, so I just stood up and went about my business. That woman left the cart right were she was and damn near ran out of the store...
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You'll now forever remember to kneel rather than bend over!
Kentucky is an OC and CC state so I never worry about printing.
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Saw an older gentlemen in the upscale restaurant I was working at sit down and remove his jacket, which revealed a full size .45 at about 4:00.
I wasn't too worried about it.
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Great story Detective. I know what to wear to avoid any probability of exposing my gun. Never had problem. Dress around the gun.
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I have never had an issue printing at home, but for some reason I can't get the one at the gun shop to work. Everytime I press copy or print it jams up and spits five pages through the printer. Anyone have any advice on how I can avoid erroneous printing?
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